In a new special report, we dig in to EHB 2242, the education funding bill passed by the Legislature this session. Briefly:
Last week we published a two-page comparison of the capital budgets that have been passed by the Senate and House.
New today is a more detailed look at the proposals: Senate- and House-Passed Capital Budgets Include About $1 Billion for Public Schools. Briefly:
The House and Senate have each passed capital budgets, but they differ by $157 million. In a new policy brief, we provide a side-by-side comparison of some of the major provisions of each proposal.
In a new policy brief, we take a look at the House-passed operating budget. Briefly:
In a new policy brief, we provide a short comparison of the 2017-19 operating budget proposals, as passed by the Senate and House.
In a new policy brief, we provide a side-by-side comparison of the education funding plans that have been proposed by the governor and Legislature. This is an update of the comparison we published last month.
In a new policy brief, we look at Washington's Steady Move to an Economic Nexus Standard for Taxes.
There are now four major education funding plans circulating: Gov. Inslee's proposal, the House-passed ESHB 1843, the Senate-passed SSB 5607, and SB 5825 (a proposal from Sen. Mullet).
In a new policy brief, we provide a side-by-side comparison of the four plans. Briefly:
In a new special report, we take a look at Washington's tax appeals process. Here's the executive summary:
Last week we published a policy brief on Gov. Inslee's education funding proposal and HB 1843 (which has since been passed by the House). Today we have a new brief on SSB 5607, the Senate-passed education funding bill.